Overclockers Club gets into some watercooling action. They check out one of
the more popular
water kits out there, this one is from DangerDen.
Water cooling has been around a very long time. Way back when,
water cooling was mostly used in large servers to keep the heat down. However,
water cooling your desktop computer hasn't been around very long. Over the past
several years, water cooling has sparked a huge interest with overclockers.
Overclockers aren't the only ones that will find interest in water cooling.
If your computer is in a hot environment or if you're just looking for a much
quieter way to cool your computer, you'll probably have a particular interest
in water cooling. Since water cooling uses water to cool your CPU and not air,
it makes it a very quiet cooling solution.